Business & Politics

Live Large by Thinking Small

PHOTO BY Molly Kendrick
Politics runs downstream from culture. This oft-repeated principle seems to perfectly summarize our modern environment. In our information-rich, yet insight-deprived, landscape, the tempo of our political conversion seems to derive its rhythm more from Twitter than the hallowed halls of Congress. Our current leadership feels more like the carefully constructed caricatures of the professional wrestling federation than the thoughtful and respected voices of seasoned diplomats.

Ink, Inc.

PHOTO BY Brian Jones
Tattoos are a form of self-expression that have been around for thousands of years. The number of people in your immediate circle who have at least one might surprise you, and more often than not, there is a story to go along with it. … Tattoos are a form of body modification whereby ink is injected into the dermis layer of the skin which changes the color of the pigment and creates beautiful body art that remains forever. First introduced to the Western world in the 18th century, this form of body expression has grown in popularity ever since.

“COVID” Conversations with Southern Insurance Group

Jon SheppardOwner/Agent … Southern Insurance GroupWhat are you doing to adapt to this sudden change? … We are not allowing this pandemic to change any of our business practices. We are always mindful of our clients insurance needs and do whatever we can at all times to services those needs to the best of our ability. … How has it impacted your business/industry/workplace? … We at SIG take our clients’ insurance needs personally. We have always and will always do our best for our clientele in good and hard times.

”COVID” Conversations with Farmers Bank & Trust

James BramlettTexarkana Market President … Farmers Bank & TrustWhat are you doing to adapt to this sudden change? … All Farmers Bank & Trust lobbies are available only by appointment for transactions that cannot occur by drive-thru, phone, or online. We have closed 5 smaller branches and numerous employees are working remotely from home. All Farmers employees will continue to receive their regular pay.

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